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MSD Says Buyouts Are Solid Solution For WG Flooding

October 9, 2022 | In the News

The cost to buy six substantially damaged homes, and a commercial building, would be roughly $535,000. Webster Groves--St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District’s Executive Director and CEO…

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North County residents raise decades-old concerns about a creek eroding their properties

October 3, 2022 | In the News

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - Sink holes, rodents, shifting foundation and more. It’s a problem some North County residents have been dealing with, they said, for…

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University City seeks federal funds to buy out flood-damaged homes

September 24, 2022 | In the News

UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. – One of the hardest-hit St. Louis suburbs from July’s historic flash flooding just beats out a deadline to apply for federal flood…

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City Considers Buyouts As Flood Victims Try To Wade Forward

September 12, 2022 | In the News

Webster Groves - ...During a city council meeting Tuesday, Sept. 6, Deshane joined residents of five other properties in Webster Groves whose homes were heavily damaged…

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U. City’s mayor questioned on slow flooding fixes after decades of studies

September 4, 2022 | In the News

UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. – Repeated severe flooding has cost taxpayers tens of millions of dollars. Many residents lost all of their possessions. It’s a problem that’s…

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MSD Project Clear Crews Respond to Overflow in Ballwin

September 2, 2022 | Press Releases

MSD Project Clear (MSDPC) crews are cleaning up after a wastewater overflow in Ballwin. It was discovered late Friday morning in a wooded area in the…

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University City hoping to buy out homes in flood plain

August 29, 2022 | In the News

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St. Louis sewer project proposes changes to reduce construction impact

August 18, 2022 | In the News

The revision will replace two wastewater storage tunnels with a single tunnel, lessening the effects of easement acquisitions and traffic in the Richmond Heights area.

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Rock Hill resident’s house at risk of falling into creek as flood damage worsens

August 18, 2022 | In the News

UNIVERSITY CITY (KMOV) -- Rock Hill resident Max Burch is a first-time homebuyer getting a crash course in the reality of homeownership.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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St. Louis Did Not Flood, Some Insurance Companies Say

August 16, 2022 | In the News

Some Ellendale residents are being told that a "sewer backup incident" is not covered by flood insurance.

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